Symphony Environmental Technologies Plc is pleased to announce that at the Company's Annual General Meeting held today at 6 Elstree Gate, Elstree Way, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire WD6 1JD all the resolutions proposed to shareholders were passed.
Symphony Environmental Technologies
Michael Laurier 020 8207 5900
Seymour Pierce Limited 020 7107 8000
Stewart Dickson / Freddy Crossley (Corporate Finance)
Katie Ratner / Jacqui Briscoe (Corporate Broking)
Bishopsgate Communications Limited 020 7562 3350
Nick Rome/Michael Kinirons
Further information on the Symphony Environmental Technologies Group of companies:
SYMPHONY ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES PLC is a specialist in controlled-life plastic technology and products - a system that works by a process called oxo-biodegradation. The technology is branded d2w® and appears as a droplet logo on many thousands of tonnes of plastic packaging and other plastic products.
Symphony's d2w® technology turns plastic at the end of its service-life into a material with a completely different molecular structure. At that stage it is no longer a plastic and can be bioassimilated in the open environment in the same way as a leaf.
Symphony has a diverse and growing customer-base and has established itself successfully as an international business with 67 distributors around the world. Products made with d2w® plastic technology can now be found in more than 90 countries and in many different product applications.
Symphony is a member of The British Plastics Federation (BPF), the Oxo-biodegradable Plastics Association (www.biodeg.org), and the Society for the Chemical Industry (UK). Symphony is also a member of the European Organisation for Packaging & the Environment (Europen), the Pacific Basin Environmental Council, and the British Brands Group. Symphony actively participates in the Committee work of the British Standards Institute (BSI), the American Standards Organisation (ASTM), the European Standards Organisation (CEN), and the International Standards Organisation (ISO).
Symphony also supplies d2p anti-microbial technology that can be used in most types of plastic products to help protect against infection, and has developed d2Detector, a handheld device which analyses plastics and detects counterfeit products. Symphony is also developing innovative and cost-effective waste-to-value technology to convert scrap tyres and other waste-streams into valuable products.
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